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Vision of OBEO on MDD for DSM with Sirius [message #1770433] Fri, 11 August 2017 10:11 Go to next message
sonny selhorst is currently offline sonny selhorstFriend
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I know that I could summarize my findings from the website, but I thought it'd be interested to ask. It is clear that using DSMLs with MDD is a very promising approach. Now, there are quite some players and frameworks on the market that do this.

I believe that Sirius wants to be as accessible as possible, to allow even unexperienced users to create a modeling tool from scratch.

But what exactly is the vision of Obeo with this? What do you want to change in the model development world?

Thank you very much for your answer.

Kind regards,
Re: Vision of OBEO on MDD for DSM with Sirius [message #1771601 is a reply to message #1770433] Mon, 28 August 2017 13:56 Go to previous message
Cedric Brun is currently offline Cedric BrunFriend
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Hi Sonny, I'll try to answer briefly, I could probably discuss and detail this for hours but if you follow our work on the many projects we are leading: Acceleo, Sirius, EcoreTools, EMF Compare, UML Designers and M2doc among others, then you most likely have a pretty good feeling of how we want to shape the DSML/MDD world.
Since the beginning of Obeo, through or work on those projects we aimed at making model driven technologies easy to approach yet flexible, powerful and stable enough for complex projects in an industrial or software development setting.

I see modeling technologies as a way to quickly build strong and focused tools which have the unique capabilities to be extended and integrated in a seamless way and that's the path we are following. news and articles on eclipse and eclipse modeling.
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